ERTIM Architects collaborates with Richmond International for Hilton Paris Opera’s $50M restoration

Joining the Hilton Hotels & Resorts portfolio in September 2014, the Concorde Opera Paris hotel started a $50-million restoration and enhancement program ahead of its re-launch as Hilton Paris Opera.

Upon completion of the refurbishment, the hotel will have 268 rooms across five floors, including 29 suites, 56 executive rooms, 164 deluxe rooms, and 18 guestrooms.

Hilton Paris Opera will provide seven meeting spaces, accommodating up to 180 guests, with a total area of 5,435 square feet. This will include the 1,937-square-foot Baccarat Reception Room, which can hold both corporate and social events. An Executive Lounge will also be available.


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This renovation and enhancement program, which is expected to be fully completed in late Q1 2015, is overseen by Parisian based ERTIM Architects, in collaboration with Richmond International of London. The project is being completed in stages.

Also upon completion, Hilton Paris Opera will have an entrance hall decorated with frescoes, Corinthian colonnades, and original balustrades. In addition, guests will be able to access a new bar inspired by French fashion designer Christian Lacroix.

The hotel is located near Saint-Lazare Railway Station.  It is approximately 17 miles from Charles de Gaulle Airport, 14 miles from Paris Orly Airport, and five miles from the La Defense business district. Central to the Right Bank district, Hilton Paris Opera is located near shopping outlets such as the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the Galeries Lafayette and Printemps Haussmann. It is also located such attractions as the Opéra Garnier, the Champs-Elysées, and the Rue de la Paix.

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